With its wind-catchers, cellars, mosques, and excellent range of traditional and modern accommodation options, Yazd is one of the highlights of any trip to Iran. Wedged between the northern Dasht-e Kavir and southern Dasht-e Lut, this city is a right place for desert photographers .sweet behavior of people of Yazd to the quests and their hospitability is akin to the sweet taste of the pastry baked there. Yazd, Isfahan and Shiraz form the golden triangle of Iran’s tourist attractions.
The city of Yazd is located 689 kilometers from Tehran, the national capital. Yazd is provincial capital, and it is the largest and the most inhabited town in the province.It is located in and extensive valley facing the central desert of Iran. Its weather consequently, is hot and arid in summer and cold in winter. In the fifth century AH, the sons of Abu-Jafar Kakoo settled in yazd and city started its development more developed Yazd by building many schools and mosques, and during Al-Mozaffer's era, many water under ground canals were diggied to supply the water-need of the growing population. During the Moguls invasion (the 7th and the 8th century), many scholars and artists settled in this city for more protection, and many other schools and mosques were built then.
Many attires (pray places of the Sufis) are still in this city which indicate its being a shelter for them during difficult times. From the remaining of them, Boqaa Sheykh Ali Solayman in bidakhwaid, the astray and the mosque of Sheykh Dada in Bonder Abad and the astray of Sheykh Ahmad Fahhadan in Yazd are still exist today.
The district of Yazd includes many tourism attractions and places to visit such as the following:
-Towers of Silence
-Amir Chaqmaq Complex
-Yazd Fire Temple